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Originally posted by hakima'Odd' men never can be perfect, as far we know, yet they be more interesting
...and by strange, I mean odd...
when they are in their prime. (This is a joke about mathematics.)
Originally posted by ChessPraxisIf I have to explain my joke to the mathematically ignorant:
How offensive and sexist. 😲
Originally posted by Duchess64I got the joke, I learned about such things in a big building called a school.
If I have to explain my joke to the mathematically ignorant:
1) No perfect number is known to be odd.
2) Prime numbers are more interesting than odd numbers in general.
Almost all prime numbers (2 is the only exception) are odd.
Originally posted by Suzianne to Hakima"ALL men are strange. The only difference is in the degree of their 'strangeness'."
Here's what I've learned in my short time on this planet.
ALL men are strange. The only difference is in the degree of their "strangeness".
Originally posted by rookie54I wuz good until the clean jeans part. Tomorrow's laundry day... we cool? 😛
i am amazed at yer rude behavior...
and towards a dang duchess no less...
i'll see you before the cowboy board of ethics, morals, and clean jeans my good sir, and we WILL have yer hat removed...
Originally posted by Duchess64One of them says, "Would you mind passing the gluon?"
There are six types of quarks (elementary particle): up, down, top, bottom,
charm, and strange. So what happens (no 'big bang'?) when a 'strange' and
a 'charm' quark see each other across a crowded nucleus? (physics joke)